Nepal Short Tour
Overview of Nepal Short Tour
Nepal Short Tour allows travelers to visit places in a short time. It will leave you feeling refreshed in the panoramic beautiful country of Nepal. This Nepal tour is for visitors seeking adventure. It is for those who want cultural, historical, and architectural knowledge. It is also for some who desire a refreshing and exciting short vacation.
We offer all travelers for short and sweet treks. Though brief, it will give you unforgettable memories. A four-night quick tour in Nepal combines gorgeous views of high Himalayan peaks. You stay by a lake. You experience culture and architecture. You intermingle with the local traditions.
The Nepal short tour sets towards Pokhara. Here, you will see beautiful views of sunrise and sunset from Sarangkot. Here, the sun splashes hues of red on the Himalayan range. This place offers the best mountain view of Annapurna and Dhaulagiri. You get the sight of unmatchable Machhapuchhre and the Ganesh Himal ranges.
You’ll enjoy the rare mix of the long arrays of snowed peaks and crystal-clear lakes. You will see panoramic ranges of mountains. You will experience a moderately warm climate. Suppose you wish to go for adventures like Paragliding, Sky diving, Canoeing, or Zip flyer. In that case, we can extend your stay in Pokhara, providing you with a lifetime experience on your tour.
Enjoy the panoramic beauty with a short Nepal tour.
Nepal Short Tour is a tour that lets you feel the panoramic beauty of Nepal. It will leave you with fantastic refreshments. This tour is for visitors seeking adventure, cultural, historical, and architectural knowledge. It is for some who want a refreshing and exciting short vacation.
We offer quick and sweet treks that will give you unforgettable memories. Nepal’s short tour mainly explores two of the most beautiful places in Nepal. They are Bandipur and Pokhara. It is a five-night, six-day tour in Nepal. It combines gorgeous views of high Himalayan peaks.
You will be staying by a lake and experiencing the culture and architecture. You will get to intermingle with the local traditions. Kathmandu-Pokhara tour package includes countless varied architecture and fascinating art. You see the diverse cultures in Kathmandu and Pokhara, the gateway to the Himalayas.
Nepal has a great history, culture, architecture, scenic beauty, and high hills. So we offer you this short and sweet tour to help you see these beautiful aspects of Nepal during your time. Driving to beautiful Pokhara, you will start your Nepal short and sweet tour. You’ll spend visiting this lovely town visiting Phewa Lake, and Davids Falls and Caves.
Itinerary of Nepal Short Tour
Day 01: Greetings at Kathmandu Airport We will meet you at Kathmandu Tribhuvan International Airport and transfer to your hotel.
You have time to settle in and freshen up after your long flight. We will invite you to our office for a briefing about your Nepal short tour program. If you arrive at night, we will have the same discussion the following day after breakfast.
Day 02: Full day Sightseeing tour of Kathmandu Valley
The next day of your arrival in Nepal, We do the full day of sightseeing in the Kathmandu valley. We will take you to three out of seven UNESCO World Heritage sites in the valley. Your first designation on the Kathmandu tour is Bouddhanath stupa. It is one of the most Buddhist monasteries.
Bouddhanath stupa is not only the largest stupa in Nepal but the largest in the entire world. You will have breakfast while enjoying the beautiful stupa. The next place to visit in Kathmandu is the famous Pashupatinath temple. Pashupatinath temple is the most sacred temple for Hindus in Nepal. It lies on the bank of the holy river Bagmati.
Furthermore, if you have time, you can visit some other famous places in Kathmandu. You can go to Swayambunath stupa, also called Monkey temple. From there, you can see the lovely view of Kathmandu valley.
Day 03: Kathmandu drive to Pokhara
Today, after breakfast on our Nepal short tour, we will drive to Pokhara via Prithvi Highway. The scenic drive will take you to Pokhara in 6 to 7 hours. On arrival in Pokhara, check into rooms at a resort alongside the lovely Phewa Tal.
Pokhara is the most visited city and is famous for every traveler. It has a rare combination of long arrays of snowed peaks and crystal-clear lakes. You get the sight of panoramic Annapurna Himal. You will experience a moderately warm climate. Today, you are free on your own.
Day 04: Sunrise tour at Sarangkot , Sightseeing tour of Pokhara valley drive to Kathmandu
On our Nepal short tour, early morning, drive to the Himalayan viewpoint at Sarangkot. The mountain views are incredible, among many others. We can see Annapurna South (7219m), Annapurna I (8091m), and Hiunchuli (6441m). We can also view Machhapuchhare (6993m), and Annapurna III (7555m).
Back to the hotel to have a breakfast. The sightseeing tour of Pokhara will begin. Pokhara offers superb views of Dhaulagiri, Manaslu, and Machhapuchhare. It also provides the five peaks of Annapurna and others. The tour includes visiting Devi’s Falls, Caves & Tibetan Refugee Camp.
After a Nepal short tour, we drive back to Kathmandu. Transfer to hotel.
Day 05: Final Departure, Airport Drop
Suppose you are leaving Nepal and not continuing your Nepal short tour here in Nepal. We will drop you at the International airport to catch your flight back to your home. We wish you a happy journey in Nepal. We will bid farewell traditionally and culturally. We hope to see you again.
Fixed Departure Dates
Note: We can run a trip for solo travelers, couple, friends and family with children. Our private trips are running everyday. If you are looking for a group joining trip please contact us.
- Airport / Hotel / Airport transfers by private vehicle.
- Hotel Accommodation in Kathmandu and Pokhara, including breakfast.
- Guided Tour of Kathmandu City with expert tour guide and private vehicle
- Comprehensive pre-departure information and trip dossiers
- Above the Himalaya Gifts (T-shirt for Gents & Pashmina shawl for Ladies, Trekking certificates)
- Welcome/Farewell Nepali Dinner in Kathmandu
- All necessary paperwork, office Service charges, and all Government Taxes
- Local transportation to and from the starting and ending points of the tour by Tourist bus/Private Car/Van and Flights
- depends on Clients’ requirements and budget.
- Lunch and dinner in Kathmandu and Pokhara.
- Nepal entry visa fee: you can get a Nepal visa upon arrival at the Airport.
- International Airfare/Airport tax, City tour Sightseeing entry fees.
- Tips and gratitude
- Any other expenses which are not mentioned in the Price include section.
Essential Information - Nepal Short Tour
Visit Pokhara city in our Nepal short tour
In our Nepal short tour, we will set towards Pokhara after the Kathmandu visit. Here, you will see beautiful views of sunrise and sunset from Sarangkot. You can see the sun splashing hues of red on the Himalayan range. On a clear day, you can observe the scenic ranges of Annapurna, Dhaulagiri, Machhapuchhre, and Ganesh Himal.
You’ll enjoy the rare combination of the long arrays of snowed peaks and crystal-clear lakes. You get the sight of panoramic ranges of the mountain. You experience a moderately warm climate. Our Pokhara city sightseeing tour covers different places of interest.
We visit David’s Fall, Seti River Gorge, and Tibetan Refugee Camp. We will also experience boating in Phewa Lake. Suppose you wish for adventures like Paragliding, Skydiving, Canoeing, or Zip flyer. Then, we can extend your stay in Pokhara, providing you with a memorable experience.
Nepal Short tour Packing list
For the best packing for the Himalayas, a Nepal short tour is better. You can check the weather before you start packing. Suppose you won’t be traveling for a few weeks or months. You can check the average highs and lows to help you anticipate your wardrobe needs as you prepare.
Clothing and Accessories for the Nepal Short Tour
- Good walking shoes, an extra pair of trainer
- One pair of flip-flops or sandals
- Shirts (short and long-sleeved)
- Socks and underwear
- Bathing suit
- Raincoat and/or umbrella
- 1 warm jacket for the sunrise tour.
- Lightweight fleece or sweater if you travel in winter
- If you travel in winter December-February, get a warm enough jacket, sweater, coat, trousers, thermal wear, and warm socks. Woolen hat, light gloves, scarf.
- Hand sanitizer
- Small medicine box
- SPF 15 lip balm
- Insect repellent
- ATM card ( You need to call your bank before traveling to Nepal and let them know to unblock your card.)
- Personal credit card
- Bring Cash of about USD 60 to pay their on-arrival visa fees and for some coffee and tea at the airport lounge. you can bring small notes that are easier to exchange for your Nepal short tour
- An adaptor/converter, the two-pin plug is mostly used in Nepal
- Camera with extra batteries or charger
- Passport: the most valid 6 months before you arrive here. Get a copy of it.
- Few passport size photographs for a visa and to get the local SIM card
- A copy of the tour itinerary
- A list of important phone numbers
- Carry-on bag
It is also a good idea to pack the following things if your checked luggage is delayed:
- Airline boarding pass
- Toothbrush and toothpaste
- Extra clothes
- Cell phone and charger
Meals during the Nepal short tour
We will provide a buffet-style breakfast in 2 to 5-star hotels on our Nepal tour. During lunch, our guide will take you to a good restaurant with choices of Nepali and Western menus. You can choose to dine in the hotel for dinner in the city. Or you can select one of the many excellent restaurants in Kathmandu and Pokhara.
Hotels Standards during the Nepal Short Tour
Budget to 5-star hotels are available during the Nepal short tour. We use good 3-star hotels in this package, but we can choose the hotels as per your interest and budget. All the hotels we choose are centrally located. They have a unique charm and excellent standards. The hotels are clean. They have comfortable rooms with extra friendly staff at your service.
Our Tour Leaders for Nepal short tour
All our tour guides are professionals for our Nepal short tour. They get trained and examined by the Government of Nepal. Have excellent English and other languages. All our guides have an in-depth knowledge of the local culture.
They can explain religion, arts, architecture, and monuments. They will provide information about temples with their historical and cultural value. They will provide you with everything needed during your Nepal short tour.
Places to Visit in Nepal Short Tour
Suppose you only have a short time to experience Nepal. The Nepal Short Tour with snow-capped mountains and adventure is the best option. This quick tour to Nepal includes scenic views of Kathmandu, Bhaktapur, and Patan. They are the three largest cities in the Kathmandu Valley.
Besides, you may see several destinations in Nepal on a short journey that takes around a week. You may discover a wide range of things during your short trip to Nepal. You know about Nepal’s culture, traditions, people, places, and way of life.
We will share some of our favorite places across this unique nation. Be ready to learn about amazing Nepal and its diversity. The Nepal short tour package is for you. Suppose you have travel plans to Nepal. If you want to wonder how stunning this country is in the Himalayas, this is the best package. Get ready for a unique Nepal treat you have never experienced before on the Nepal short tour.
Duration: 3-4 days
One of the most popular places to visit on a short journey to Nepal is Kathmandu, Nepal’s capital city. The majority of your adventure begins in Kathmandu and ends there. You may understand how rich in culture, history, and heritage Kathmandu. It is your gateway to the Himalayas.
It is also home to several UNESCO World Heritage Sites. It is famous for having the best temples and palaces. These are extremely important in culture, tradition, and religion. This place is the best for a Nepal short tour. People believe that Kathmandu had more temples than homes until a few decades ago.
The 2015 earthquake destroyed several of these ancient places. People are still renovating some areas. People have rebuilt other places. These historic sites have the ruins of ancient settlements in their surrounding. They still hint at what life could have been like a hundred years ago.
There are many sacred temples, some of which have been present at this site for many years. The Buddhist and Hindu pilgrims worldwide visit them. The Kathmandu Valley comprises three antiquated kingdoms. You can wander through its little brickstone lanes. You will get inspired by the rich vein of culture and history.
Medieval temples and palaces of remarkable architecture are in the durbar squares of Kathmandu, Bhaktapur, and Patan. Besides, you can visit places like Hanuman Dhoka and Boudhanath Stupa. You can visit Syambhunath Temple and Changu Narayan Temple. You can go to Pashupatinath Temple in Kathmandu in Nepal Short Tour.
Duration: 2–3 days
A scenic drive escorts a journey to Nagarkot. You go through the beautiful towns of the Kathmandu Valley. At 2200 meters, Nagarkot is a popular viewpoint. It is approximately 32 kilometers east of Kathmandu. On your Nepal Short Tour, Nagarkot is a fantastic place to learn about the previous history of Nepal quickly.
It has rich artistic and architectural assets. Additionally, the trip allows visitors to discover and engage with Nepalese heritage, culture, and way of life. You will travel to the picturesque viewpoint of Nagarkot. You may take in the expansive vista of high mountains in a relaxing environment.
From its perspective, you can also see a stunning mountain range with several peaks. In addition, Nagarkot is well-known for having the most incredible sunrise locations. It would help if you trekked to the hill station early in the morning to see the stunning sunrise.
Duration: 3-4 days
Pokhara is Nepal’s second-largest city after Kathmandu. It is the most well-liked tourist destination. It lies on the Annapurna mountain range at the foot of the Himalayas. There are also some magnificent lakes there, tucked away amidst the mountains. Try something more daring in Pokhara with activities.
You can do paragliding, kayaking, zip-lining, bungee jumping, and canyon swinging. Pokhara is a great place for outdoor enthusiasts. Pokhara is the starting point for some beautiful treks along the Annapurna range. Pokhara has several excellent hotels in some of the most picturesque settings. A short journey from Kathmandu will take you to Pokhara.
You can relax while taking in the breathtaking scenery. You can relax by a drop-dead stunning lake. Pokhara is also a mountain viewpoint or the beginning point for a mountain trek. You will spend some time in Pokhara, one of the most popular cities. You can relax by the lake, admiring the scenery, and boating on Phewa Lake.
Sarangkot offers a magnificent view of the rising sun. In addition, you may embark on a tour of the banks of Fewa Lake and see the renowned Taal Barahi Temple. You can visit the Peace Stupa, Gupteshwor Cave, and Bat Cave. You can also go to Patale Chhangoof and Bindhyabasini Temple.
Chitwan National Park
Duration: 3 days
One of the places on the World Heritage List is Chitwan National Park, the best choice for Nepal short tour. There are more than 932 square kilometers of woodland and grassland. This park protects and preserves various wildlife, birds, and plants. You may see one-horned rhinos, elephants, bears, gharials, and Bengal tigers.
You may see many other animals during a forest walk or elephant ride. Also, this park protects various bird species, including the giant hornbill. The northern Rapti River has crocodiles. We can traverse the river by dugout boats. Balmiki Ashram, a Hindu shrine, is inside the park. In this Nepal short tour, you will get the opportunity to experience a way of life, traditions, and culture.
They are entirely different from those in Kathmandu. Therefore, if you’re planning a short trek to Nepal, you must go to Chitwan National Park. There are several excellent hotels and resorts close to Chitwan National Park. There you may spend time outdoors in nature.
Duration: 5 days
The Terai region, about one-third of Nepal’s total land area, is south of Kathmandu. There are unending lowland plains and deep rainforests in the Terai. Innumerable animals, including tigers, rhinos, and elephants, roam this jungle. Along with its natural habitat, Nepal has various rich and diverse cultures.
Many of those date back thousands of years. The Tharus are the leading ethnic group there. They reside throughout the plains area of Nepal. They are among the Terai’s oldest and most ancient residents. They worship spirits, particularly those of the forest. It is a significant component of the traditional Tharu religion.
India shares a border with the whole south. There are national parks and other protected places. Various species roam extensive wildlife habitats there. Contrary to the common perception of Nepal, the Terai has an utterly distinct appeal and natural beauty.
Mountains barely more than 100 kilometers distant are precisely the reverse of this. The East-West Highway connects both ends of Terai. So, it is ideal for some adventurous road journeys. It has one of the most comprehensive road networks of any of the areas of Nepal.
Duration: 3-4 days
You may travel to Lumbini in Nepal for a short tour, the sacred site where the Buddha was born in the southwest of Nepal. It is a well-known Buddhist location. Siddhartha Gautam Buddha was born at Lumbini. It shows Nepal’s old history and the beginnings of Buddhism.
The Ashoka Pillar, Garden, Maya Devi Temple, and World Peace Pagoda are there. China Temple, Monasteries, and Museum are the popular appeals in the Lumbini region. Similarly, thousands of Hindu pilgrims travel to Janakpur. They attend specific festivals to honor the goddess Sita at the Janaki temple.
An architectural masterpiece built entirely of stone and marble is the Janaki Temple. You cannot find the sights, smells, sounds, colors, and intensities of this place anyplace else in the nation. It will leave all your senses begging for more.
Duration: 5 days
Ilam lies at the easternmost tip of Nepal Short Tour. It borders the Indian states of West Bengal and Sikkim. Ilam is a tea lover’s paradise. Its hazy environment is the key to its renowned tea and otherworldly beauty. A heavenly tea garden surrounds you as far as the eye can reach.
Ilam has a sloping terrain. It has made it a location where the locals cultivate the most expensive teas in the world. Despite being less famous than other tourist spots, Ilam is a must-visit location. You can enjoy the place regardless of whether you want tea or not.
Nepal Hiking Tour
Duration: 3-4 days
The only purpose of traveling to Nepal is to go mountain trekking. Nepal is famous for having several mountains, which draws many tourists. Yet, it takes work to complete the trek in a short amount of time. But you can reach a few trekking locations in 3–4 days. They are unquestionably appropriate for a quick tour of Nepal.
You can do some famous and mild hill hiking in Annapurna, Everest, or the Langtang region. We can do short hiking in Kathmandu Valley for your quick Nepal tour. This quick vacation of Nepal tour combines a peaceful stay in the lovely lake town of Pokhara with a sightseeing tour of Kathmandu. It also incorporates 3–4 days of easy hiking in the Himalayas. Families or those seeking a calm holiday will find it to be perfect.
Why you must go for a Nepal Short Tour
Nepal is a small geographical region between two giant countries. Yet everything and anything inside is lovely, vibrant, and captivating. Nepal is a one-stop destination where you can see everything you’ve ever wanted to see and more.
This statement is true. Nepal is not just for travel photographers. But it is for everybody who enjoys exploring new places. You will have priceless memories to show your loved ones and the rest of the world how amazing Nepal is. The Nepal Short Tour is the best way to experience the tourist destinations of Nepal. It does not matter if you travel to Nepal and have a one- or two-day stopover in Kathmandu or Pokhara.
Short tours of 1–7 days are also available for those interested in visiting Nepal. Throughout this journey, you will see historic places. You will visit Lumbini, Chitwan, Pokhara, and the Kathmandu Valley. It also provides day treks in and around Pokhara and Kathmandu. Your most imaginative fantasies will come to life in Nepal.
You can discover the breathtaking scenery and fascinating cultures of Nepal’s Himalayas. The Himalayas are not the only mountain range in this diversified nation. It is a place where there is much more to do than merely trekking in the mountains. There are entirely unrelated worlds waiting for you where you may find peace, joy, and freedom.
And it’s not just the place that will draw you to return to Nepal time and time again. It’s also the people, their traditions, and the numerous festivals. People think visitors first travel to Nepal for the lovely scenes of the Himalayas. But they return time and again for the friendly people. How much variety should you anticipate from a single place?
Expect that Nepal can give you an unforgettable reward for the money and time you have spent here. Nepal offers both adventure and luxurious comfort, depending on your preferences. You can easily reach these areas from the Kathmandu Valley’s cultural and historical center, Patan. It is an adventure in and of itself to live among ancient traditions, ancient art, and historic temples and palaces.
Things to know before you go for a Nepal Short Tour
As we all know, Nepal is well-known for its splendid mountain ranges, including Mount Everest. Everest is the highest mountain in the world. Similarly, Nepal has experienced significant expansion in its tourism industry. But it is still a relatively undiscovered beauty.
All kinds of travelers will find something to enjoy in Nepal. We even organize short tours for people who want to see a lot in a short amount of time and explore more. Here, we are sharing what to know before you go on the Nepal Short Tour.
Visas are the first thing you need to know. You can obtain a visa for Nepal upon arrival in Kathmandu. The cost of a single entry visa varies based on how long you want to stay. Although an ATM is on-site, you must pay in cash upon arrival.
A SIM card
Getting a SIM card is the next thing you should know. Get a SIM card at the airport when you arrive in Nepal. NTC and NCELL are Nepal’s two most often used SIM cards. You will need a copy of your passport, and airport staff members frequently assist you in setting one up. In Kathmandu, you can find one for less money. Yet, it might be challenging to set up without help from a local translator.
The most significant item to use while you are here is the Nepalese rupee, Nepal’s currency. You can use Indian rupees if necessary, and some hotels and businesses take USD. But, if possible, we advise against using Indian rupees. Nepal forbids some Indian currencies.
Don’t take illegal substances.
Of course, this applies anywhere you go. Nepal was formerly known as a popular destination for tourists to consume legalization. It is no longer the case. In Nepal, having narcotics, drugs, or any medication that involves drugs in your hands carries a two-year prison term.
UNESCO World Heritage sites
The UNESCO sites are the following items to be aware of regarding Nepal. The 2015 earthquake severely damaged Nepal’s roads, residences, and historical landmarks. Though damaged, the UNESCO sites are still worth seeing. Suppose you are in the country to view Mount Everest. Be sure to take the time to visit some of the many magnificent temples that are also present.
Mainly rely on filters or bottled water.
Tap water is not filtered or purified. It may not be healthy to drink tap water. So, everywhere you go, stick to the water bottle. Or you may take water purification pills to clean the water through the mountains. Their water bottles are more expensive than in cities.
Eat food in the restaurants.
Eating in restaurants goes against our best money-saving advice, but we insist on doing it. Although we recommend it, you should avoid street food in Nepal. In Nepal, refrigeration could be better. Additionally, Nepal’s streets are dustier than those in other nations.
So, even the most experienced travelers who enjoy eating might need help with street food. Instead, eat at crowded, well-maintained eateries that provide traditional dishes.
To protect oneself while on a Nepal short tour, one must consider a few factors, one of which is the weather. Nepal’s weather is quite erratic and changeable. You could have hot days and cold nights and mornings. Similar to that, you can encounter strong winds followed by unexpected rain.
Likewise, snowfall is likely when trekking in a mountainous area, especially in winter. Always check the weather forecast for the locations you visit before you go. Accordingly, pack your belongings, clothing, gear, and equipment in the Nepal short tour. Make sure to pack your backpack with all the necessary items.
Always be ready to cover difficult, lengthy distances on foot. Drink a lot of water on your Nepal tour and eat high-energy foods readily available nearby. Your Nepal short tour potential for pleasure and satisfaction may significantly change. Attempting to keep active while on tour also counts.
By doing this, you may spend more time admiring the breathtaking sights. You may need less time trying to catch your breath. When trekking on your Nepal Short Tour, the mountains you visit have varying weather conditions. But that is nature’s wonder. The food, lodging, and lifestyle are all completely different in the mountain areas compared to the city.
As a result, you must adapt accordingly. So, when trekking via rural areas, expect to receive something other than high-standard service. As you walk, you develop the ability to enjoy and adjust to various traveling situations. You will also learn how to do the same on your path through life as you travel. Choose the Nepal Short Tour to travel to Nepal and have a wonderful experience.
Reviews on Nepal Short Tour
Based on 300+ Reviews
Best Nepal Short tour
I booked a Nepal short tour with Mr. Puru for a 6-day visit to Nepal. The driver, Hari, was superb as we drove with him for six days. All the arrangements from the tour’s beginning to end were excellent and stress-free.
The guides provided in all three cities (Kathmandu, Chitwan, Bandipur) were very knowledgeable. The guide in Pokhara was especially excellent. Mr. Puru took great care as he called and emailed to ensure our tour went smoothly.
He even changed our hotel in Kathmandu on our last day as we wanted something different from the previous hotel. He treated me to dinner on our last night in Kathmandu, which I thought was very sweet. I recommend this tour company to anyone visiting Nepal.
Nepal tour with best guide
We are not trekkers and were looking for a private short tour of Nepal. Mr. Puru, the company’s owner, devised an itinerary for a week’s travel to Nepal. The price included transfers, hotels, breakfast, car and driver, and sightseeing tours with a local guide in each location.
The price was less than one would pay for a group tour. I recommend his company to trekkers and non-trekkers alike. He was personally available to us for questions and to ensure we were satisfied. The personal service and the quality of the guides and the driver were even better than we expected.
Our driver was cautious — a rarity in Nepal. He did not frighten us with his driving. If you have been on the highways in India and Nepal, you know how important this is. Since it was a private tour, the guides adjusted what we saw to our interests and stamina.
We spent time in Kathmandu, Bandipur, and Pokhara. We saw a lot of animals, many fantastic old temples, and a couple of cultural dance shows. When we arrived, Mr. Puru suggested we make one change and fly back from Pokhara to Kathmandu. It was a great suggestion– listen to his advice.
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